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Deep-Dish Bread

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The crust of each slice of bread would be slightly raised (a few millimeters) from the "meat" of the bread. This would allow sandwich ingredients to go inside the depression without spilling out the sides.
rgovostes, Aug 31 2004

How to make Deep Dish Bread http://www.diynet.c...998_2273562,00.html
[jurist, Oct 04 2004]

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       The ingredients of what? I'm sorry, I don't understand what you're describing.
contracts, Aug 31 2004
  

       Sandwich ingredients, such as peanut butter and jelly which are sticky if you get them on your hands. Or, something like tomatoes, which could slip causing a sandwich to fall apart - no longer!
rgovostes, Aug 31 2004
  

       ingredients = filling   

       how would you bake a bread shaped like this?
po, Aug 31 2004
  

       I don't think you could, [po]. It'd just have to be regular bread sliced oddly.
Aude Sapere, Aug 31 2004
  

       You could just press down the middle of each slice.
ldischler, Aug 31 2004
  

       You could achieve this by using a shaped press.
1) First cut your slices (slightly thicker than normal)
2) Deploy press, to indent the middle of each slice without affecting the crust.
3) Apply sandwich filling into the depression.
4) Consume heartily without fear of spillage.
zen_tom, Aug 31 2004
  

       Dratt [Idischler] you beat me to it!
zen_tom, Aug 31 2004
  

       I think that's all you *can* do. Have things gotten so bad that a bread-baking idea needs to be deleted for bad science?!?!
contracts, Aug 31 2004
  

       I think that you need to tell us how you will create this magical loaf. At the moment it is , ahem, pie in the sky.
gnomethang, Aug 31 2004
  

       Well-placed air bubbles?
Worldgineer, Aug 31 2004
  

       Don't get me talking about foam now!
zen_tom, Aug 31 2004
  

       There are always bread bowls.<link>
jurist, Aug 31 2004
  

       How about a pita? just slice it open and fill with the ingredients of your choice.
Freefall, Aug 31 2004
  

       Something like [ldischler] and [zen_tom] described was what I had in mind. Alternatively, the (half)baker could slide a layer of something like aluminum-foil (perhaps something less malleable) into the center of the dough every centimeter or so (dependant on the desired slice width), then cover the slot. This might allow for each piece to be broken apart with a little tearing...
rgovostes, Aug 31 2004
  

       Or you can forget about eating sandwiches forever and eat calzones instead.
Machiavelli, Aug 31 2004
  
      
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